65 sets of pictures with concrete to inferential wh-questions in Spanish to practice answering questions, auditory memory for concrete information, inferential thinking, sentence formulation, gender agreement, pronoun and adjective use, etc. For example, "Diego tiene una rana. ¿Quién tiene una rana?" Could be answered as: "Diego," "Diego tiene una rana," "Diego la tiene," "La tiene Diego," etc. Pictures can also be used to target possessives (e.g., "De quién es la rana?" Could be answered as: "Es del niño," "Es de Diego," etc.)
Each picture is of a named boy or girl with an item. Each question set includes a who and what question, a question about the quality or type of the item and a more general question about the item or picture.
Full size pictures with or without text and question pages can be printed and placed back to back to make a book (I slip them into page protectors to save on card stock and laminating). Flashcard sized images and questions are also provided. I would recommend printing images on card stock or mounting to construction paper and laminating for durability (I printed them and bound them to make a mini-book). If desired, print question pages and glue to the back of flashcards prior to laminating for an "on the go" resource.
Also included: flashcards with 54 images of items that go with the first 54 pictures for visual cues (i.e., “Given picture cues, student will answer what questions from a field of 3 choices,” etc.), and 54 yes/no visual cue pages corresponding with the items from the first 54 pictures as well as one blank yes/no visual page for open-ended use.
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